The Psalms as the Prayers of Jesus – Nathan Wigfield

July 30, 2021 | No Comments

Part of Nathan Wigfield’s journey to the Catholic faith was discovering the ancient form of prayer known as the Liturgy of the Hours. Because these prayers are based primarily on

Experiencing Catholic “Culture Shock”

July 23, 2021 | No Comments

Dr. MaryJo Burchard and her husband had served as missionaries and pastors in Foursquare and nondenominational contexts, but they wanted to investigate Catholicism. Curious about Eucharistic Adoration, they read everything

Being Grateful for your Protestant Roots – Marcus Peter

July 09, 2021 | No Comments

As a Pentecostal Evangelist, Marcus Peter learned the importance of sharing his faith, the priority of the Scriptures, and the communication tools to help him more effectively spread the Gospel.

Connecting Emotional and Spiritual Health – Dr. Brent Robbins

July 02, 2021 | No Comments

As a former atheist exploring psychology, the more that Dr. Brent Robbins came to understand how human beings are wired, the more he began to rethink his ideas about God.

A Catholic Approach to Praise and Worship – Nick De La Torre

June 18, 2021 | No Comments

As a lifelong musician, Nick De La Torre has had a number of opportunities to lead music for different worshipping communities, from Evangelical to Unitarian. Since having returned to the

The Catholic Church is Bigger Than Her Members – Deacon Joe Calvert

June 11, 2021 | No Comments

Before he became a Catholic, Deacon Joe Calvert was drawn to the Catholic Church by the powerful witness of people like Mother Teresa and St. Francis of Assisi. On the

Hearing God’s Voice Through Scripture – Dr. Alicia Thompson

June 04, 2021 | No Comments

As an agnostic, when Dr. Alicia Thompson finally decided to read the Bible for herself, she was frustrated and confused by the actions and teachings of Jesus. But when she

Answering the Call of Evangelization – Marcus Peter

May 21, 2021 | No Comments

As a Pentecostal evangelist, Marcus Peter had a passion for sharing the Gospel in his blood, and it was at the forefront of everything he did. Now, as a Catholic,

The Brutal Honesty of the Psalms – Nathan Wigfield

May 14, 2021 | No Comments

As a lifelong Christian, Nathan Wigfield knew the importance of being honest with God in prayer, and the Psalms were upheld as a model for that honesty. As he began

Why We Need Other Christians – Dr. Alicia Thompson

May 07, 2021 | No Comments

When Dr. Alicia Thompson first started moving from agnosticism to faith, she began reading the Gospels, and was powerfully moved by what she was learning about Jesus. She wanted to

The Central Role of Prayer in the Mass – Nick De La Torre

April 30, 2021 | No Comments

As a young Catholic kid altar serving at Mass, Nick De La Torre loved being front and center because it was an opportunity to be in the spotlight, and occasionally,

Following Newman to Rome – Andrew Petiprin

April 23, 2021 | No Comments

As a theology student in England studying for the Anglican priesthood, Andrew Petiprin developed a keen interest in the life and writings of John Henry Newman. But there was a

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